Monday, 6 July 2015

Holiday tolerance

Young bracken on dry heath to the northwest of...
Young bracken on dry heath to the northwest of Ferny Crofts, New Forest - geograph.org.uk - 468933 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Summertime is for many an easy time. It is time for taking a longer holiday and to relax and to forget all about work. Holiday time is also time to make use of going places and meeting and connecting with other people.

It might also be the time to put some more water in the wine and to accept some more things which would otherwise upset us. When sitting in the garden we shall have to accept hearing others sitting in their garden as well, making their noise (hopefully not to much).

This Summer started off with being too cold. Later it could become for some too hot. When the weather is too hot in Summer we say we tolerate the heat, the same as we tolerate the cold in Wintertime. Some tolerate it better than others and in a way we all have to find ways to deal with the changing situations.

You may read about 'tolerance' and how to cope with it in the column: Don't just tolerate; Love your neighbour 

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Column: Don’t just tolerate; love your neighbors
When the weather is too hot in the summer we say we tolerate the heat.  When it dips below freezing we tolerate the cold.  Some tolerate it better than others, but what we’re really saying is “I don’t like the heat, but I’m dealing with it,” or, “It’s much too cold for me, but I can live with it.” That is exercising tolerance. - See more at: http://thesheridanpress.com/?p=37867#sthash.ynXf7SMK.dpuf
When the weather is too hot in the summer we say we tolerate the heat.  When it dips below freezing we tolerate the cold.  Some tolerate it better than others, but what we’re really saying is “I don’t like the heat, but I’m dealing with it,” or, “It’s much too cold for me, but I can live with it.” That is exercising tolerance. - See more at: http://thesheridanpress.com/?p=37867#sthash.ynXf7SMK.dpuf
When the weather is too hot in the summer we say we tolerate the heat.  When it dips below freezing we tolerate the cold.  Some tolerate it better than others, but what we’re really saying is “I don’t like the heat, but I’m dealing with it,” or, “It’s much too cold for me, but I can live with it.” That is exercising tolerance. - See more at: http://thesheridanpress.com/?p=37867#sthash.ynXf7SMK.dpuf